Miranda Faith Foundation for Children
Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Project Backpack 2016

 The Miranda Faith Foundation & are helping underprivileged children of Glynn & McIntosh counties attend school better equpped.  We call it "Project: Backpack"..and YOU CAN help!  Last year we provided more than 725 backpacks and we would like to surpass that goal this year. Please consider dropping off some of the listed school supplies to the following locations between July 1st - July 31st!
  • Backpacks
  • Colored Pencils
  • Crayons
  • Folders (w/pockets AND w/prongs and pockets)
  • Glue
  • Glue Sticks
  • Graph Paper (1/4 inch)
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Ink Pens (blue or black)
  • Large Erasers
  • Notebook paper
  • Notebook paper dividers with tabs
  • Plastic scissors
  • Pencils/pens
  • Pocket Tissue
  • Rulers
  • School Boxes (small)
  • Scissors (plastic)
  • Two-Sided Folders

    **Each Backpack will also have a Bible included with the school supplies!  

 

               DROP OFF LOCATIONS

  • Bay Harbor Church of God
  • Chick-Fil-A (Brunswick location) 
  • Coastal Bank of Georgia (Glynn County locations)
  • Color Me Happy (Downtown Brunswick)
  • Darien Pharmacy
  • Ed's Gun and Ammo
  • Exit 29 Postal & More
  • Fancy Do's Hair and Studio
  • First Baptist Church, Brunswick
  • Georgia Theatre Company’s Glynn Place Stadium Cinemas-Brunswick
  • Glynn Place Mall
  • I-95 Toyota
  • Kadu's Embroidery and Gifts
  • Millican Eye Center
  • Premier Real Estate Group
  • Rhema Community Church
  • St. Simons Community Church
  • St. Simons Bank & Trust
  • Staples
  • Strike Zone
  • Wellman Family Healthcare

 

 

Thank you for your involvement! With your help we will impact even more children in 2016!

 
 


 

 
 
Archives from Previous Years:
 
 
 Project Backpack
          



Thanks to everyone who came out to the live remote with Way Radio 90.7 to demonstrate your support of the Miranda Faith Foundation. We appreciate you and your contributions.
 
 
 
For more info email:
backpack@mirandafaith.com
 


Bart Wagner, Arlene Kunda, and Melinda Kaye